A Trip Down Memory Lane with Ladybird Classics

After joining the ReaderCon Filipino Friday Meme: Your Reader's Story, I suddenly had the urge to try and look for some of my old fairy tale books. Lo and behold, I managed to dig up a few ladybird classics! 




Some of the books have this sort of collage of the various fairy tale characters inside.
I used to look at this picture endlessly.
Sigh. All these bring back happy childhood memories. Next on my list, is the Fairy Tale Anthology Book that I used to read with my sister. I'll dig that one up soon after I've recovered from the attack of the dust bunnies in our storage area.

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  1. My friend Celina and I were just talking about those Ladybird Classics! I used to look at that picture too, and try to identify which stories were familiar to me and which I haven't read before. Thanks for sharing these pictures, Tin :)

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  2. I passed on my Ladybird Classics to my inaanak and I hope he's enjoying them now just as much as I did when I was his age.

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  3. @dementedchris
    It's such a cool picture right? I used to make up stories about these characters in their, what I dubbed as, "tree house". I'm so glad we were able to save these books. It's my pleasure to share these photos. I know a lot of us grew up with Ladybird classics. :P

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  4. @Chachic
    You have a really lucky inaanak. I'm not sure if I have the heart to give mine away! I've grown too attached to it. Haha! :)

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  5. Nice! I had several of these as well as I was growing up. Oldschool kung oldschool but they're timeless. Haha. Reminds me of our fractured fairytale theme this month.

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  6. @Myra Garces-Bacsal from GatheringBooks
    Oldies but goodies they say! I keep sighing every time I see these books. It reminds me so much of childhood. Do you still have the ladybird books Myra? :P

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